You may have been living your whole life viewing your sensitivities and needs as flaws, things that need fixing, things to be ashamed of. Or maybe you always felt different, but only realized you were an HSP after becoming a mom. I'm here to help you harness the power and beauty of your sensitivity so you can thrive not just in motherhood, but in all areas of your life.
HSPs tend to be very kind and giving, and you may frequently put others before yourself, no matter how drained and depleted you already feel. If you don't know how to protect your boundaries and energy or advocate for your needs, you're prone to overwhelm, exhaustion, and burnout. Throw a baby in the mix? That can be a recipe for complete overload. Self-care, quiet, and rest are crucial for HSPs - and they're often the first things to go when you have a baby.
I'M SO HAPPY YOU'RE HERE:
Come as you are.
not at all
and so damn
Your high sensitivity was kicked into overdrive when you had a baby
You just learned you're an HSP, and want support figuring out what it means
You feel burned out, exhausted, or frazzled since becoming a mom
You want to see how your sensitivity can be an advantage in motherhood
Motherhood is a lot to juggle on its own, and when you add high sensitivity into the picture, it can be even more challenging - unless you know how to protect your boundaries and energy, find calm and quiet in an often chaotic-feeling world, and practice self-care even when you have very little time.
you're in the right place.
I always knew I was a little different. When I became a mom, it hit me again like a ton of bricks.
For years, even on "easy" days, I'd often feel overwhelmed and drained. I needed space even from the people and situations I loved the most. In relationships I felt like no one understood or appreciated my needs. I didn't know how to speak up about it or support myself, so I let my boundaries get crossed all the time. I ignored my overwhelm, kept a tough exterior, pushed through my own feelings, and totally compromised my own health and happiness.
After figuring out I was an HSP, I better understood how to navigate my life in a way that was healthy and enriching for me. And what a beautiful thing that was! Buuut becoming a mom is a huge life change, (one that can be an especially tough transition for an HSP), so I had to put in the work again to reassess what I needed in order to thrive in this new stage of life. It's not easy to create space and time for yourself once you have a baby - but it is possible and it is so freakin' fulfilling when you do!
improve your energy by FITting SELF-CARE AND DOWNTIME IN EVERYDAY
SHUT DOWN YOUR NEGATIVE SELF-TALK AND BUILD SELF-COMPASSIOn
COMMUNICATE YOUR NEEDS AND BOUNDARIES EFFECTIVELY
REDUCE THE OVERWHELM TO FIND CALM & PEACE IN YOUR INTERNAL & EXTERNAL WORLDS
BE TOTALLY OKAY WITH NOT DOING IT ALL, ALL THE TIME, PERFECTLY, FOR EVERYOne
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Self-care is a daily necessity, not an occasional treat. Life gets messy sometimes and it’s much easier to embrace that than to fight it or push it away. The freedom and joy that comes when you start showing up as your authentic, imperfect self is freakin’ game-changing.
You're already so much more than enough.
cheers to you, mama.